Tracking Edges, Corners and Vertices in an Image
In a range of imaging problems, particularly those where the images are of man-made objects, edges join at points which comprise three or more distinct boundaries between textures. In such cases the set of edges in the plane forms what a mathematician would call a planar graph. Smooth edges in the graph meet one another at junctions, called 'vertices', the 'degrees' of which denote the respective numbers of edges that join there. Conventional image reconstruction methods do not always draw...[Show more]
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